Originally posted by 2012zeropointeventhorizon
reply to post by daaskapital
I cannot do that i would be breaking security and I would never be eard from again by 6pm tonight. I have already said to much.
First of all, I highly doubt someone in the CIA ran such a computer simulation. Can you imagine. "Smithers, come in to my office and sit down".
"What is it Mr. Johnson?". "Smithers, I need you to write a computer simulation that comes up with the top two ways to stop World War III". "Ok,
Mr. Johnson, I'll get right on it. In fact, I'll write a bunch of them so we can really crunch the data".
First of all, there are too many variables. Almost limitless. From an accidental nuke strike, to an asteroid, to aliens themselves. A Rogue state
starts something SOMEWHERE, famine, lack of water, lack of anything. Pole shift, proof of Jesus, no proof of Jesus.
The fact is something could start a chain of events that leads to a global war (sinking of the Lusetania, anyone?).
Secondly, why would "future earth residents" come to stop such an event? To do so would almost guarantee their own existence would be wiped out.
Something also tells me 20 years after another global conflict and maybe - just maybe, man wises up and stops all of this nonsense in the name of
Allah or God or Yawheh. Maybe a nation rises in the model of the republic that our founding fathers fought so hard for (cause this ain't it). Maybe
we learn to respect each other without getting so darn offended by the dumbest nonsense. Maybe spirituality rises and organized, corrupt religions are
seen for what they are.
Maybe, just maybe.